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've done it, but couldn't do it here, old laws, 1988 robert bourke supreme court decision they went through his video cassette rental list and published it in the newspaper and it was called bourke's law and you couldn't publish information about the video rentals. netflix couldn't share information on networks because of the 19 the 88 law. if i want to share a tv show that i'm watching and my friends can he see it, it's a huge boon for netflix, likely to jump on line and watching the shows as a result of me watching it. charles: thank you for coming up and updating on technology and old law. and a man of the people took the bus to work, lived on his own and cooked for himself. does that mean he's against capitalism as some have been suggesting? that's at the top of the hour. now, however, i do have your seven early movers, let's start with coca-cola. they've got an upgrade from credit agrical. and vmware, this was big and they made some pretty popular suggestions. and j.c. penney, unupgraded the stock. btg upgraded it. lost 135,000 shares, they're nibbling. and needham says this stock is a
is in the business of making law. the supreme court interprets the law. they strike down the law, they strike down the law. the tests in heller with respect to unusual weapons, to other things, i think do not cover -- in other words, they cover an exemption for assault weapons. >> is that true, cynthia? the supreme court ruled in favor of assault weapons ban, as pointed out a few moments ago. >> exactly. >> i guess you can have the right to carry in d.c. which i don't agree with, but you can do it. >> there are absolutely no rights in the bill of rights that are absolute, as sam said earlier, and the assault weapons ban was in effect for a decade. no one said, at least the supreme court didn't say it was unconstitutional. heller has come along since then, but heller does not say all assault weapons must be legal. it says that authorities may, in fact, pass laws restricting gun ownership. >> in fact, that bastion of liberal thinking, justice scalia said that you can't have regulations on guns. i mean, i don't understand what the argument is about. conservative members of the court saying it's okay
of laws for big corporations, wealthy people the politically connected, and another set of laws for everybody else. that was a really radical testimony that mary jo white engaged in. she admitted, and remember she's a former prosecutor. she admitted that she's taking in account the outside economic impact of prosecutorial decisions. the precept that justices are supposed to be blind to the questions of economics, the questions of impact on other things outside of the justice system. instead she's saying essentially that prosecutors should be thinking--shareholders whether to prosecute lawbreakers. shareholders should determine in part whether a law-braking company should be prosecuting. that's a radical notion. >> michael: that's crazy. people within the corporation deciding whether the corporation should be prosecuted. where in the world does that sit in legal terms? she has a diverse resumÉ. she has worked as a federal prosecutor. she has worked on the defense of morgan chase, bank of america. and don't we want people who knows the inners of how banks work but laws when you t
background checks. so why in the world would we give him more laws to not enforced? lou: you know, i love the fact that secretary of homeld security has assureded us all tt the border is secure and safe and then we find -- then we find out after the homeland security department reports apprehensions are down 50 percent, over the past two years they have quit counting the number of illegal immigrants who get away. that kind of raises some suspicion about the count, doesn't it? >> yes, sir. she quit doing the lion fourth thing you will find that your dui address are down. that is not high-level logic. she also thinks that the border is secure, yet we missed 2,000 ak-47s the one from phoenix to mexico. a kilo of cocaine is cheaper today than it was when i was a drug prosecutor. back to immigration. part of the immigration piece is certifying that the border is secured. if they insist on her being our assurance that the borders secure, no, we're not going to have immigration reform. lou: congressman, thank you for being here. always good to talk. >> thank you. yes surf. lou: much more on the
of the church, really. 60% of mass goers are women. >> fox reveers the law of god, it's the law of man she has trouble with. >> cannon 1024 is the cannon that doesn't allow women to be ordained. and it's a man-made law. you have to remember that, it's not god given. >> reporter: paul is co chair of dignity san francisco. calls for all lesbian, gay, by sexual and transgendered catholics, their families and friends to be able to participate in all aspects of church life. it's a message the church has been advocating for many years. >> our love and sexuality are gifts from god. god blesses our relationships, inherently. i'm not talking about a ritual, i'm talking about god loves us unconditionally and he created us as we are. >> they may not see a track record in the new pope. >> the holy spirit has done it before with john xxiii and she could do it again. >> there was a pope who came t the vatican. most thought he would be a caretaker pope, he really shook things up. they're hoping pope francis follows in his footsteps. terry mcsweeney, nbc bay area news. >> not just in rome, but in the streets
dropped all charges despite the judge's conviction. it's legal under military law, but legislation is now in the works that would change that. pentagon officials admit a review of military law is needed. >> there is something that seems odd about the power to reject findings that came out of a jury. >> congresswoman jackie spear is praise thing new legislation. she's been a big critic of the military's handling of sex assault cases. the killer was accused of rape twice in the military, but he was discharged from the military instead of prison. if military law had been different, the shooter might still have been in prison. >>> today, the dow closed in positive territory, marking the longest winning streak in 16 years. the dow finished up for the ninth straight day. take a look at the numbers. the dow up just five points but enough to set a record. the nasdaq and s&p also lineup. retail stocks jumped on a report of increase in consumer spending. >>> police are looking for two people accused of beating a woman and stealing her purse. these are pictures of the two suspects. they got off at t
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in saying he breached his terms by contacting hamas. under israeli military law, they can be sent back to jail based on secret evidence. palestinian lawyers are now fighting the law. this father and son work quietly, think about who is missing. other son has been arrested again by the israeli army. the family said it was useless to try to start a new life. wouldn't ask him anything. they would just have him sitting, waiting. every day they would do this. >> there were 40 palestinians released. two of them have been arrested again. they may end up having to serve the remainder of their old sentence. more than 1000 palestinian prisoners were exchanged for the israeli soldier. but many have been arrested again based on secret evidence. >> but is dangerous is that they don't provide any concrete evidence that those people break the law. but rather, rely on secret evidence. >> the prisoner deal was negotiated between hamas and israel and guaranteed by egypt. hamas is asking a judge to intervene. -- egypt to intervene. >> there are conditions for that release, and if they break those conditi
's healthcare law. president obama said a difference with republicans may be too wide to reach a deal. it may ultimately be the differences are just too wide, if their position is we cannot to any revenue or we can only do revenue if we get medicare or social security or gut medicaid. if that is the position, we probably will not get a deal. >> president of a mess, it's also, senate democrats released 'seir 14 -- president obama comments also came as senate democrats released their 2014 budget. colorado state lawmakers have given final approval to some of the toughest gun control laws in the country. the measures include a limit on ammunition magazines to 15 rounds, forcing gun buyers to pay for background checks, a requirement that domestic abusers surrender their guns, and a ban on obtaining concealed-carry permits online. the democratic governor has pledged to sign the measures in the law. in egyptian government inquiry has found the regime of ousted president mubarak was behind nearly the killing of all 900 protesters during the country's uprising. according to the associated press, a fac
on friday, right. that wasn't's god's law. god's law is that we do penance but god's law isn't that-- so he could do that you mentioned another one, priestley celibacy. priestley celibacy is not a doctrine of the church, it's a discipline of the church. i do expect him to change it, no. could he change it, yes. possible, yes, probable, no. but there is that distinction. our nation of women, that's a doctrinal thing, that's to the discipline. >> rose: how do you respond to the fact that this really is the century of women, and this is a church that needs to have women as part of its -- >> sure, well i tell you this. when we walked into the sistine chapel, you all probably carried it live. we were saying the litany. saints. now the highest you can be called to in the catholic church is to be a saint. and of the saints that we prayed, more than half were women. so so the woman who is the greatest human being model, the person who is the greatest human being model for us happened to be a model. that's where the church is at her best. that's where -- that's where the church has always been known
it on the ballot and try to write into minnesota law, which ten years later, just about, we voted that down. i'm proud of that. minnesota citizens looked at that again this fall because legislatures did vote to put it on the ballot. it was wrong nine years ago and i think it was still wrong. voting in that circumstance, not just for me, but for our state, i'm hopeful now for our nation that people will recognize we shouldn't be discriminating and have laws on the book that discriminate against our friends, our neighbors and fellow citizens. >> what you did yesterday in minnesota is something i have never seen. it wasn't just a public apology, but you did it in the body you used to work. what was it like to go back in there in that role and tell them what you had to tell them? >> it was very freeing. the emotion came because it literally occurred to me as i sat down, this is a public apology. i was there to say trust me when i tell you that you can vote your conscience and your own compass and be okay. i should have done it. i regretted i didn't do it. it was -- it was very liberating quite hon
have arisen in the context of whether u.s. law roe v. wade or what we've seen recently on gay marriage not just here but globally. i think the church that's been throughout its history a constant voice. it is the one thing that you can always go back to. and so there is that stability i think that this pope will want to maintain. >> kathy as quickly as you can, you heard what michael steele said about some of these traditional social issues, do you agree? >> i do agree. in fact, the fact that and he was jesuit was held against him a little bit in the past. at the last conclave there were some questioning of him in that regard. but he has in fact taken some bows and arrows from jesuit of a more liberal bent. so i don't expect anything but a continuation. >> very good. thank you ever so much. mary thompson great stuff all day today. >>> now we go from the spiritual to the material. that's what the kudlow show does. we had blockbuster retail sales. this economy is stronger than you think. that may be a triumph. president obama says there's no immediate debt crisis. he thinks we're clear
deficient as a matter of law in giving his budget to congress. and congress acts from there. the president has to do three things. he has to tell the congress how much we are going to spend. how much revenue's coming in and what effect it will have to the deficit. but the president said deficits don't matter, budgets don't matter. what does matter? a household or a business can't run a household without a budget or a five-year plan -- at least. the charm offensive is nothing more than window dressing, trying to get the republicans to raise taxes without reining in spending and entitlements. >> jamie: but, david, the president has been clear that jobs air priority, and with all the back and forth with the spending and the cuts and the budget to come -- whatever it is -- how do you see him fulfilling the other promises that he had on the campaign trail on the other issues? can we get past this? >> i think we can get past this. and the reason why is because all the issues you just mentioned, jamie, are issues that the american people see, the american president obama as being in touch with th
the u.n. arms embargo is decided by the security council and the laws and regulations that define what is legal or illegal in regards to the national arms trade. >> you talk about the meeting at the u.n. we know the u.n. arms treaty has been delayed before. how confident are you the countries involved will come to any kind of significant agreement this time around? >> i think it's a challenge but i think one of the big clouds of july, that the presidential elections here in the u.s. has been lifted. and i think the u.s. will come with a very constructive position, having had time now, as requested, to study the document and make proposals to strengthen it. the challenge will be we're having a negotiation between 193 states who have raised different interests with regards to the arms trade and i think trying to find compromises that still produce a strong treaty will be where the challenge will be. it could be possible, there could be an agreement but could be a question of will that treaty make a difference? that will be a crucial element to discuss and consider during these two weeks.
sweat. introducing new secret clinical strength stress response scent. >>> those voter i.d. laws are keeping likely democrats from casting ballots. that's the conclusion of a new study that finds that voter id laws disproportionately hurt younger, minority voters. the study found two-thirds of young african-american voters, were asked to show i.d. before voting compared to 40% of young white voters. compared with their white counterparts, significantly more of those african-americans and latinos said their lack of an i.d. kept them from trying to vote in the first place. the study was conducted by researches for the university of chicago and washington u. out in st. louis. a talking train. this ge locomotive can tell you exactly where it is, what it's carrying, while using less fuel. delivering whatever the world needs, when it needs it. ♪ after all, what's the point of talking if you don't have something important to say? ♪ >>> welcome back to hardball. the differences between president obama and republicans shows no sign of snare rowing. zero republicans voted to advance th
's financial crimes enforcement network. under existing law banks and other financial institutions are required to file reports anytime they red flag suspicious activity such as the movement of more than $10,000 in a single transaction, unusual structuring of accounts and so forth. the fbi enjoys full access to these report, but the nation's intelligence agencies must make case-by-case requests for them. this new document proposes the database be linked directly to the nation's intention agencies. for these reports to be of value in detecting money laundering, reuters quotes the treasury document as saying. >> reporter: when the director of national intelligence, general james clapper, testified before congress on tuesday, he said money laundering measures more than a trillion dollars a year, and he lamented deficiencies in our ability to track it all saying inadequate anti-money laundering regulations and lax enforcement of existing ones are challenging international law enforcement efforts. and general clapper, it'ses also worth noting, put financial crimes right alongside cyber warfare as, q
't understand the law. at worst it is misleading the american people. as we all know now, the sequester is not a cut. this is federal spending. without the sequester continuing to go up. this is federal spending with the sequester continuing to go up. the difference between this and this is 2%. instead of being able to hire 100 additional t.s.a. agents, the government can only hire 98. these 3,000 new jobs, some of them could be to replace people that left. but some also are new jobs. why? because the president has the power to move money around. he can't take money from justice and send it to defense. but he can take money from the army and send it to the navy. he can send money from the g.s.a., the government services administration, which owns all these buildings in washington, and move it to some support staff. he can find ways to get the people to do the work that he needs, not withstanding his protest that he couldn't. >>brian: judge, in the sequestration legislation, it allows that flexibility? >> not in the sequestration legislation, brian. it's because we don't have a budget. e
. and what that means as a matter of law. >> the alleged condition at the time of the condition is a critical part of the state's case. >>> other news, texas equ everybodysearch joining the search for terrilynn monnette. they are looking for any sign of the 26-year-old or her car, last seen march 2nd outside a new orleans area bar where she was celebrating her nomination as teacher of the year. >>> i california skydiver talking about this morning about his terrifying fall after both his parachutes failed. craig's main chute got tangled, and his backup chute, also tangled. he began to spin, hit the ground at 30 miles an hour, and get this, just a few feet from iron stakes that hold up grapevines at a local vineyard. >> i landed parallel to the grapes, one of my last thoughts before i hit was i really hope i don't hit an iron spike, because it will would be messy. i knew it was bad when i was living it, and and when i saw the video, i'm like that's a lot worse than i thought. how did i walk away from that? how did i manage to survive? >> oh! he suffered just a separated shoulder and bumps and b
as their bare -- backyard. >> the suit says that only owners of the vote violateed law by cutting off access to the beach with the gate. the beach rode, says the owners, is private. the protest is scheduleed for 10:00 a.m. this morning. we are live on monetary beach this morning for abc7 news. >> regents will talk about finding the next president today. a special committee to consider selection of a new president will give its report during an opposition this morning at the mission base campus. the president announced a resignation in january after serving two years as president and will stay in august to give the board time to find a replacement. >> san francisco city college students plan to march in rally protesting budget cuts. officials have until tomorrow to prove to the commission it is financially secure. protest organizers say the school should pursue funding from state and local sources rather than making painful cuts. he hope the san francisco mayor and other elected officials will ensure the community college remains affordable and accessible to students. >> working moms weigh in
, gallego graduated in three years. after law school, he ran for the state house at age 28, more than 20 years after running his first race, gallego decided to run for congress, edging out a former democrat and former five-term democrat in the primary. he went on to beat francisco canseco in a tough general election, focusing on his roots during the campaign. here's a clip. >> as a young latino, he wasn't even allowed to start school until he was 10 years old, but he graduated from college and he won a small business and he pushed his family into the middle class. his sacrifices made sure that my life would be better than his. >> well, joining me now is texas democratic congressman, pete guy y gallego from the only swing district in the state of texas. the only one that is a truly 50/50 district. >> it is the only swing district. >> so coming from a swing district, that means to get 50% plus one, you have to win over more than just democrats. what does that mean on these budget issues? >> as an example, ted cruz carried the $23rd by about six points, i carried it by five. >> there were v
, elected today. first those voter id laws are keeping likely democratic voters from casting ballots. that's the conclusion of a new study that finds that voter id laws disproportionately hurt younger, minority voters. the study found two-thirds of young african-american voters, for example, were asked to show ids before voting compared with just over 40% of young white voters. compared with their white counterparts, significantly more of those african-americans and latinos said their lack of an id kept them from trying to vote in the first place. the study was conducted by researches for the university of chicago. [ female announcer ] with every twist and turn... i need a clean that keeps up. new olay fresh effects' vava vivid's vibrating bristles twist and turn for a va va voom clean so sparkling fresh! new olay fresh effects. >> translator: i announce to you news of great joy. we have a new pope. >> habeus papam. today's papal election marks the first time the pope has come from south america or anywhere in the americas. he took a name francis. what will this new pope mean for latin ame
if we put some rules, some law around this that ensures due process, the rule of law and transparency. we should lead the way. the president should not allow himself to be coming up on the backside of this. he should be helping to lead this effort. you know, the reality is that there are legitimate uses of drones and there are some illegitimate uses of them. when people are not combatants, they should not be subject to target assassination. we should arrest people if they violated the law. we should only use this sort of technology in the circumstances to protect american lives to do so. but i think that the technology has outrun the rules. we've got to get a handle on this right away. i agree with poe did he say toe. >> there's been disagreement even amongst the republican party. i'm sure you saw john mccain criticizing rand paul who filibusternd and said paul is foolish to be worried about drones being used on americans on u.s. soil. who is right on that one? >> i probably would disagree with rand paul on 99% of all things. i am very glad that he used the power of the filibuster to
and get more into following the laws of reporting child abuse. >> reporter: he added that pope francis i asked for the blessing of the church as one of his first acts, showing he wants to listen and receive blessing. >> reporter: cara liu, ktvu channel 2 news. >> we posted pope francis i address to the crowd at st. peters basilica on our website, it is www.ktvu.com. >>> democrats introduced their proposal for a budget. they went over the budget during a meeting. it calls for increases in spending and taxes. the democrat's budget would increase tax revenues over a trillion dollars over the next 10 years. >> the american went to the polls in support of. >> republicans introduced a proposal based on spending cuts. >>> president obama nominated a new embassador to libya today, deborah jones. if approved she will fill a post left vacant by u.s. ambassador chris stevens. he was killed in an attack in benghazi september 11 last year. >>> police scheduled a gun buy back program, cash for fire arms events have been popular. this is video from an earlier event. the program is planned for saturday
on friday. >> no one is above the law. we expect more from law enforcement officers that makes this case disturbing to me. >> gascone says his office will conduct a frob see how extensive the networking was. >> we don't know if file sharing was confined only to pornography. >> homeland security issued a statement saying in part we'll accept nothing less than 100% compliance with the highest standards ever integrity. we dmot tolerate corruption or abuse within our ranks. homeland security tells us lamb is still employed but customs but that is all they'll say about his
about the criminal networks we're facing. it is our law enforcement combined with the military facing these criminal networks. are these nations who are working with the criminal networks on the other side who are partners with them in a number of these efforts, and what can be done in regards to that? whoever wants to take the first crack at that. >> with the exception of a couple of possibilities, i'm positive there are no government -- there are no governments that are supportive, but there are high officials within governments that are supportive. many of them for their own personal corruption purposes, but i think a few of them to make life a little more difficult for the united states. i don't want to get into the detail in an open hearing. think john is absolutely correct. this points to another real concern about these networks. on ourt just the impact population and youth using narcotics, the profits are used to corrupt officials and that undermines these fragile democracies. nameld be hard pressed to a state that was an identified narcos state. there are officials throughout
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. let's listen a little. >> -- no one person gets to decide the law. no one person gets to decide your guilt or innocence. my question -- my question to the president was about more than just killing americans on american soil. my question was about whether presidential power has limits. lincoln put it well when he wrote "nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man, give him power." president obama who seemed once upon a time to respect civil liberties has become the president who signed a law allowing for indefinite detention of an american citizen. indeed a law that allows an american citizen to be sent to guantanamo bay without a trial. now, president obama defends his signing of this bill by stating that he has no intention of detaining an american citizen without a trial. likewise he defended possible drone strikes on americans by indicating that he had no intention of doing so. well, my 13-hour filibuster was a message to the president, good intentions are not enough. [ applause ] the presidential oath of office states "i will protect, preserve and defend th
and will remain out. that was because he had to change the law to do that and it took some time. he supports that. and then we have to be sure that it won't happen again, as much as we possibly can, and then stay with the victims. but the structures are in place now. the code of canon law has been changed. the thing is that every time there's a new report, then everything happens yesterday instead of 20 or 30 years ago, which is often the case now. >> there is the issue i think for a lot of american catholics of the impact that pope francis can have on cultural and political debates in america. gary bauer, the evangelical leader in the united states, wrote something for "usa today" this week that caught my attention and i'll share with our audience. he writes -- "as an evangelical i was delighted that the last two popes were moral and theological giants. john paul ii and benedict xvi introduced a new evan gemiccal era for the catholic church in which the catholic church offered a confident rebuttal to the false promises of the secular world." how would you like to see pope francis influence ameri
occasions because of poverty and because of some of the very liberal laws that have been approved in argentina such as same sex marriage. so i think that gives us more or less a glimpse of who he is, what we can expect from him. a very conservative line theologically. >> that simple wooden cross today, a reminder of his commitment to the poor as he wore it on the balcony. having said all that, how surprised were you personally today when you found out this would in fact be the next pope? >> very surprised. we thought there was a possibility it might be someone from latin america and we had thought of someone from brazil. even a cardinal from mexico or from honduras. but pope francis was not even on the short list of possible papal candidates. so it was a surprise. and to many, it was a very pleasant surprise. >> thank you so much for your help in our coverage tonight. you've certainly added to our understanding. >>> when we come back, we'll go to vatican city where my co-anchor will have more on what lies ahead with the new pope. great first gig! let's go! party! awwwww... arigato
if they support a sweeping rewrite of immigration law. one republican said the argument was met by "light chuckles" from the republican lawmakers. republican and house speaker john boehner says the meeting involved a candid exchange of ideas, but differences remain over the budget, the federal debt and other issues. in sacremento, democrats have regained their two- thirds majority in the state senate with a special election victory in a san diego-based district. democrat ben hueso will switch from the assembly to the senate after receiving 52 percent of the vote in the 40th senate district race. >> jacqueline: the changes. we will continue that a slight warming trend. the fog tracker. basically it will be impacting the entire bay area. giving yourself some extra time. by 11, it is peeling back. still in the '70s and the south bay. a five, 10 degrees cooler. 70's for the inland valley. 60s for san leandro. cooler along the coast. 50s and 60s. noticeably cooler tomorrow. if slightly cooler saturday, sunday, monday. this will continue. and the rainfall is continuing. >> catherine: a new study finds t
them to their destinations. it is the biggest overhaul since new laws to protect european travelers were introduced to the commission eight years ago. ireland is considering a controversial new plan to sell off large parts of its forests. it is part of a plan to reduce its debt. it is a decision with historical resonance. ireland was the forest did during its colonial past -- was deforested during its colonial past. >> you can see forest of spruce and conifer, carefully managed and grown to
indicted by the special , a blend of cambodian and 10 international law. behind his smiling face, ieng sary was a true believer. a staunch ally of its leader, pol pot. their wives were sisters. his wife was a khmer rouge minister and one of the five defendants as her case was dropped last year due to her mental frailty. ieng sary was the face of the khmer rouge in the 1970s and 1980s. he was described as agreeable and reasonable but also as devious a and manipulative. he was encouraged of encouraging exiled cambodians to come back to power. a were almost all killed. he was also charged with complicity in the policies that cost up to 2 million lines. his death is another blow to the tribunal. it has managed to convict just one man. the commander of the khmer rouge torture and extermination center. areremaining defendants also old and import health. the tribunal is short of funding and has been bogged down and looked at -- looking at us --crimes. crimes against me humanity may never be addressed while the defendants are still living. >> an important scientific breakthrough was all but confirm
will punish corrupt officials to the full extent of the law. we must make sure that power is exercised in an open and transparent way. >> he said he would also work to reduce pollution in cities, increase food security and shrink the gap between rich and poor. now the leadership has to prove it can deliver. >moment, sports, but first a lok at other stories. >a searing government general wo defected to jordan this weekend -- amore all -- morale searing government general who defected to jordan this weekend says -- syrian government general who defected to jordan this weekend says assad's forces are losing morale. dublin is celebrated in the streets. celebrated in the streets. it is a worldwide celebration of irish culture. the football association has slept a lifetime ban on a 20- year-old player after he made what appeared to be a nazi salute -- slapped a lifetime ban on a 20-year-old player after he made what appeared to be a nazi salute. he claimed he did not know what it meant. the formula one season has gotten off to a great start. >> he took a gamble, and one. the lotus driver ma
responsibilities that i haven't security cooperation activities as well. the support law enforcement includes highly effective and efficient and cost-effective detention in monitoring operations, sharing information and having the countries combat drug trafficking and dismantling very troubling criminal networks. we also focus on building relationships with regional militaries to enhance defense of the united states and the security of the region. human rights play a big role with everything we do. for my engagement with regional leaders who are working alongside our nation's forces, and the defense college here in washington. militaries in the region have made enormous strides in terms of professionalization and respect for civilian authorities and human rights. thanks to a large measure to the role of the u.s. military over the years and our continued engagement. we continue to have a wide range of possible crises in the region, including national disasters and evacuation of u.s. citizens. finally, our most critical mission today includes operations at guantÁnamo bay. i am concerned at thi
. >> there are not 205 communists in the state department or the harvard law school. >> stephanie: right. republican ted cruz the teeny tiny, little junior senator from texas. it really was unbelievable. dianne feinstein regardless of your politics -- i mean give me a break. this woman has been in the senate how long? and as she was pointing out she has literally put her finger in a bullet hole. >> yes. >> i remember that. i remember hearing about it on the radio -- >> were you in san francisco? >> no, but i could listen to kcbs from l.a. >> okay. >> stephanie: a lot of old timemy radio stories. i used to be on the big 50,000 watt power blaster back there. >> i remember when mr. marconey gave me a ride in his model t. >> when i lived in phoenix that's how i used to listen to you. >> you could hear koa denver from almost anywhere. >> stephanie: we had callers from iowa. >> really? that must be some skip. back to dianne feinstein. >> stephanie: right, what was i saying? [ laughter ] >> stephanie: i'm not sure if it's drinking or early on set, but whatever. i frequently don't know wh
a vis what the law says. what we've got, mahony is over there reporting. they paid out $10 million. >> cardinal mahony from los angeles who oversaw a diocese in which there were several priests who serially -- >> yeah. i lived in l.a. for a long time so i can tell you that this broke up my parish that was there in l.a. so when you have this, you have boston. i can't wait if he really does set down cardinal law one thing this pope has done well. >> on these issues of the papacy, outside of the doctrinal questions, do i think that kind of accountability and what that means for a renaissance of the church or to reconnect catholics here. we'll talk about the church in latin america. as if knitting and tangled history. stick around. many women may not be absorbing the calcium they take as well as they could because they don't take it with food. switch to citracal maximum plus d. it's the only calcium supplement that can be taken with or without food. my doctor recommends citracal maximum. it's all about absorption. my doctor recommends citracal maximum. all stations come over to mithis
under welfare. republicans charged the president is trying to gut the 1996 welfare reform law. last summer, the white house said it would grant waivers, if states can meet welfare-to-work goals by other means. so far, no state has applied for a waiver. the house bill is not expected to pass the democratic- controlled senate. a juvenile court in steubenville, ohio today opened a rape trial that's drawn international attention. the two defendants are high school football players, ages 16 and 17. they're accused of raping a 16- year-old girl last august. social media postings have fueled claims that other students should have been charged and that police under- played the incident to protect the football team. the police have denied it. in china, authorities near shanghai pulled hundreds more dead pigs from a river that provides drinking water to the city. in all, they've found more than 6,600 pig carcasses in the water since friday. officials say the dead animals may have been dumped by swine farms upstream. the shanghai city government said it is monitoring water quality, and that so
in her six years in power with the pope. he spearheaded the opposition to her bill which became law in 2010 which became marriage. there's been a distant relationship ever since then. >> brown: briefly, hugh, if you could, finally how does that play out. you started to talk a little bit about argentina, it's a catholic country but more liberal socially. how does the -- what is the role of the dlurj these days? how is it seen? >> well, if you ask the average argentine are you catholic the answer is absolutely yes. but not that many people go toll church here? they don't go to mass on sundays. you don't see huge crowds at mass. other countries in latin america colombia, mexico, central america, are countries where you see a much bigger presence day to day of the catholic church so keep in mind this is the land of evita. this is a place -- this is a country a little bit of populism goes a long way and the fact that he's taking the subway to work. the fact that he's a rankaround file soccer fan is going to bridge the gap. it shows a certain amount of political skill on his part that he
. she may have the law on her side, but she's got the nra and ted cruz against her. >> there's two questions to explore here. one, i degree it's going to be hard get the votes for the bill in full. there are pieces of it that are still really important. for instance, included in the assault weapons ban, that passed the judiciary committee today is this ban on magazines that are over 10 bullets. frankly i think that would have a bigger effect on the mass tragedies than the overall bill would. i think we can preserve major pieces of the bill. even if we can't preserve the entirety of it. the second question is this, ted cruz doesn't have the politics on his side. because 90% of american citizens want full background checks bill passed. the vast majority want an assault weapons ban put into place. and the fact is, i think there's going to be real push-back at the polls in 2014, if republicans in this place and across the way and the house of representatives become the party of assault weapons, i think it's a bad place for them to be politically and it's certainly a bad place for them
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